D-Bag of the Week: Tim Lincecum

July 16, 2008 – 12:01 am by admin

I almost feel bad doing this. Almost.

I’ve liked Tim Lincecum ever since he pitched at the University of Washington. But a man’s gotta do what a man’s gotta do, and Lincecum proved Tuesday night that he is weak sauce.

The kid, who just might win himself a Cy Young in the National League this year, was all set to take part in Tuesday’s pre-All Star game festivities when he was beset with a bout with the flu that SENT HIM TO THE HOSPITAL and forced him to miss all of the All Star-related activities.

Now, I’ve had the flu a time or two in my life. The chills. The aches. The vomiting. The crapping. Sometimes all of it at the same time. But it has never, ever sent me to the hospital.

And I don’t know about you, but if it’s my first All Star game and the only opportunity I’m ever going to have to set foot on the field at Yankee Stadium before they tear it down I’m not going to the hospital.

It’s weak, man, and kinda douchebaggy.

Oh, yeah. Get well, Tim. I hope you’re OK.

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  1. 9 Responses to “D-Bag of the Week: Tim Lincecum”

  2. When I read “flu,” I actually read “alcohol poisoning.”

    By D W on Jul 16, 2008

  3. I would say Tim is the pussy of the week, not the d-bag. If anybody sealed the deal as the d-bag of the week at the All Star festivities, it had to be Rick Reilly with his “[i]t’s a bad night to be an atheist” comment.

    By bg on Jul 16, 2008

  4. Ha, well played bg, well played. Rick Reilly contributed almost nothing to the home run derby. He might have been worse than Berman.

    By The Riot on Jul 16, 2008

  5. Hey hey, whoa there riot. Don’t say anything you can’t take back.

    By Phillips on Jul 16, 2008

  6. you didnt go to the hospital because no one cares about you and you arent a star mlb pitcher!

    By Anonymous on Jul 16, 2008

  7. Just so we’re clear here: Tim Lincecum is a big, fat loserhead because he went to hospital because he was severely dehydrated and was suffering flu-like symptoms. Perhaps it might still be necessary to point this out; influenza still kills people every year.

    I guess all athletes are supposed to be play-through-the-pain manly-men. Especially pitchers who, as a group, are particularly vulnerable to minor problems.

    Though, I suppose the Giants could just resign Dave Dravecky to replace him…


    By Santa Claustrophobia on Jul 16, 2008

  8. Only D-Bag here is the author.

    By Anonymous on Jul 17, 2008

  9. tim is no douche, maybe a light wieght, and if you got payed 405k a year im sure youd go to the doctor too.

    By Anonymous on Jul 18, 2008

  10. “Now, I’ve had the flu a time or two in my life… But it has never, ever sent me to the hospital.”

    Thats because your just a loser with blog, not a 24 year old ace pitcher with major league talent and a future.

    By Anonymous on Aug 19, 2008

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